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FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla.- It’s that time of the year again, the Cincinnati Firefighters are back!
Their popular performances have been a Fort Myers Beach spring break staple for years now. However, what you may not know, is all the money raised goes toward a good cause.
The firemen were burning up the dance floor, shaking it for a good cause and collecting donations from the crowd.
For the last three years, the Araba Shriners of Southwest Florida has been the charity of choice.
“There is no better charity out there, myself, than helping burned children and what Shriners does for people all across America,” said firefighter Jeff Yount.
In 2014, the Cincinnati firefighters raised more than $10,000 putting on an action-packed show.
That’s it. It’s official. I’m the only person in the world that isn’t on spring break. Outside of my little bubble that I like to call my life I don’t think there’s a single person on Earth that isn’t kicked back on a beach somewhere crushing margaritas and partying with senoritas. Even the firefighters are on spring break. Fucking firefighters. “911 what’s your emergency? Oh a fire? Sorry sir, we can’t help you with that. The entire department is balls deep in some 18 year old college chick. Can I take a message?”
What’s up with that crowd though? Is this a spring break party with Kramer at the Boca Vista Retirement Village? Where are the college chicks? Give me the babes, give me the bars, give me the dizzy bat on the beach, give me the beer bongs, give me the second rate celebrity appearances. I want it all. And by me of course I mean the firefighters because I’m stuck in a cube while everyone else is busy partying their tits off. I don’t think that’s too much to ask, you know, since those are the heroes that run into burning buildings to save babies and what not. Especially if I’m going to live spring break vicariously through social media, Snapchat, and stories of local firefighters raging face on a beach somewhere. Only the best for the best.